Experience & Background

Kelsey earned her BA in History from Fairfield University and her J.D. from Roger Williams School of Law, where her main focus was civil litigation and studying the defense of special victims (women, children, and elders). After law school, she joined the largest Personal Injury firm in Connecticut, focusing on Demand and Settlement. Kelsey then transitioned into working strictly on Workers’ Compensation before finally finding her love of intake.

Outside of work, Kelsey is an adjunct professor of business law at her alma mater and a member of the J.D. Military Spouse Network, which connects attorney spouses of active-duty military members so that they can support each other through relocations. This program also allows her to assist in pro-bono matters for military members and their families. She is also a member of the SAM Foundation, which focuses on suicide prevention in teenagers, and is a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper.